Khalifa MMA conducts online classes for combat sports

Fadhil Yunus

Khalifa Mixed Martial Arts, Brunei Darussalam’s leading mixed martial arts and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu academy, remains committed to serving the martial arts and combat sports community after they released their online class schedule during the month of Ramadhan until May 23.

The academy has been closed since March in line with official government measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Those interested can train from home as the academy, which has aided the development of combat sports in the country, offers live virtual Zoom classes every Monday to Saturday.

Khalifa Mixed Martial Arts said, “Our goal is to help everyone stay fit and improve your skills so you’ll be ready for the day we can all get back to the mats.”

Several classes will be conducted on different days including boxing, combat conditioning (for strikers and grapplers), kickboxing and boxing.

The academy has also announced that Adi Elmi, one of the coaches, will conduct the combat conditioning class every Tuesday and Thursday.

Adi is Brunei’s and Borneo’s first and only certified Conditioning Specialist for mixed martial arts.